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Submitted by edsmith1990 747d ago | article

Social-Gaming: How Facebook Game Developers are Using Your Data to Build Games for You

Developers increasingly turning to data-mining to directly reach customers (Casual games, Facebook, FarmVille, Mobile, PC, Tech, Zynga)

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